The Film

On Friday 13th January 2012, the Costa Concordia, the 26th largest cruise ship in the world, collided with a submerged rock off the Italian island of Giglio and capsized with the loss of 32 lives. In the year since the ship ran aground new evidence has come to light that reveals in astonishing detail the events of that night.

Now, one year on, using new information from the ship’s voyage data recorder, eyewitness accounts and audio recordings of the captain and officers on the bridge, we can piece together, minute by minute, the events that led to the tragedy, and reveal what happened as 4000 people attempted to flee the sinking ship.



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